3rd Rock from the Sun

Season 2 Episode 7

Fourth and Dick

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Aired Unknown Nov 03, 1996 on NBC
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During Pendleton's Homecoming weekend, Dick learns firsthand the importance people place in competition. Tommy has a crush on his Glee Club teacher. Sally makes Nina her best friend. Harry gets a job as a security officer.

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    Mike Ditka

    Mike Ditka

    Himself

    Guest Star

    Brenda Strong

    Brenda Strong

    Mrs. Frost

    Guest Star

    Jennifer Rhodes

    Jennifer Rhodes

    Mrs. Sumner

    Guest Star

    Ian Lithgow

    Ian Lithgow

    Leon

    Recurring Role

    David DeLuise

    David DeLuise

    Bug

    Recurring Role

    Chris Hogan

    Chris Hogan

    Pitman

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • When Harry is walking around in his security guard uniform pointing his torch at the gnome, the set wall edge, the spotlights and the audience seats can be seen reflected in his sunglasses. The spotlights can also be seen in his glasses when he attacks Mrs Sumner and when Dick and Mary moon at him near the end.

    • QUOTES (7)

      • Nina: It's tough making friends with women.
        Sally: You're telling me. I can barely stand myself.

      • Dick: Badgers don't suck! They bite!

      • Sally: Hey, buy us a couple of beers?
        Man: Sure.
        (He hands Sally and Nina two beers)
        Man: So, you girls going to the big game?
        Sally: We don't want to talk to you, we're just broke.
        (They take the beers and leave)

      • Tommy: I'm sure there's some way we could work this out.
        Mrs. Frost: No, Tommy, there is no way... and I'm not just talking legally.

      • Dick: Ah, yes, the 'Big Game'. God forbid your intellectual development should get in the way of the 'Big Game'. The fate of humanity rests on the outcome of the 'Big Game'.
        Bug: Is he being sarcastic?

      • Pitman: Dr. Solomon, you've insulted my intelligence, my religion and my family. And that's okay. But there's one thing you can't insult and that's the Badgers.

      • Dick: (cheering at the football game) Sine, cosine, cosine, sine, three-point-one-four-one-five-nine!

    • NOTES (1)

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

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